(cheers and applause) nate, good to see you again, sit down. all right, nate, welcome back. >> thank you, stephen. >> stephen: last name you were here four years ago, okay, before the last section, you're welcome, gave you the colbert bump, now you got a job, where do you work now. >> i work at the "new york times" now. >> stephen: nice place to work. >> it's a nice place. nice building, yeah. >> stephen: okay, all right, so the nice tees are aside. okay, gloves are coming off. you have got a book called "the signal and the noise, why so many predictions fail but some don't" let me guess. >> right. >> stephen: yours don't. (laughter) i'm stabbing the dark on that one. >> they could but we'll tell you how likely they are to fail is so we have kind of truth in advertising. >> stephen: okay, but here's my problem with what you are doing. is that you are taking bread out of my kid's mouth.